Passengers are owed billions from airlines and holiday companies for trips cancelled due to coronavirus. Companies must obey the law and refund you.
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The situation with travel refunds isn’t improving, so we’re now reporting companies that are openly breaking the law to the Civil Aviation Authority. Share your story.
We’re inundated with reports of refused refunds. Has your airline or holiday company claimed it doesn’t have to pay you because of a force majeure clause?
Widespread cancellations of flights and holidays have left many people helpless, and in some cases stranded. We’re launching a 10-point plan to maintain consumer trust.
Refunds are required by law for cancelled flights from EU airports, including the UK. Have you been fobbed off with the offer of a voucher instead?
Troubled regional airline Flybe has gone into administration and has cancelled all its flights. Have your plans been affected?
Airlines must prove that delays were caused by extraordinary circumstances. Here’s how we helped two members receive £926 compensation in court.
Ever had trouble with a contract term you felt was unfair? Here’s how we were able to help a member challenge a ‘no-show’ clause that left her out of pocket.
I was due to fly with Thomas Cook in January. After the company went under, I was worried about getting my money back. Here’s how I was able to do it.
Last-minute negotiations to save Thomas Cook have ended in failure. Are you affected?
When a flight cancellation almost ruined a member’s weekend, he visited our site to find out how much he was due. Here’s how we were able to help.
Is access for disabled travellers really improving? The BBC’s Frank Gardner says the fight for fair access continues. What are your experiences?
We helped a member get her money back after an airline refused to refund the cost of her replacement items…
I joined Clive Bull as guest expert on LBC’s Consumer Hour last Sunday evening – and complaints about flights and holidays dominated the agenda.